Two sculptures by Kevin Robb of Wheat Ridge were recently placed on permanent exhibition on the grounds of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater in Mill Run, PA. Fallingwater Director, Justin Gunther stated, ‘We are pleased to have these installations that display Mr. Robb’s adroit creativity…. as part of the Fallingwater educational experience.” To learn more, visit:

Robb’s “Breaking Through” was selected for placement in 2018 at Goranson Station in Fraser by the Town’s Public Arts Committee. The sculpture is part of an annually changing sculpture exhibit.

Kevin Robb, a highly recognized and collected sculptor, creates free-flowing, high caliber welded sculptural expressions in bronze and stainless steel. Robb’s work can be seen in galleries, universities, museums and public art venues internationally.

Since suffering a massive stroke in 2004, Robb has been physically challenged in the creation of his sculptures. Yet, without the ability to speak and other physical limitations, Robb has been able to continue to create his designs by directing his studio staff through motions, sketches and nonverbal communications.

Since 2017, the Fraser Public Arts Committee (PAC) has enabled beautification of the town through installation of sponsored artworks including more than a dozen murals, three monumental sculpture installations, and, in cooperation with the Town of Winter Park, over thirty creatively painted ‘chair lift’ benches. The PAC has facilitated the annual Fraser Elementary School snowplow painting project and provided financial assistance to the highly successful Grand County-wide quilt block trail program.

Ken Ball is a member of the Fraser PAC and serves as chair of the sculpture program.